Lodge is Hiring! Attend Our Hiring Event October 22
Lodge Cast Iron is hiring for multiple foundry production positions on first and second shifts, and will be hosting an open interview session on Thursday, October 22, from 12 pm CT to 6 pm CT.
Lodge Cast Iron is hiring for multiple foundry production positions on first and second shifts, and will be hosting an open interview session on Thursday, October 22, from 12 pm CT to 6 pm CT. Interviews will take place on the Chattanooga State Kimball Campus located at 2100 Main Street, Kimball, TN 37347. Get directions here. Appointments are not needed, and we encourage all interested people to attend and apply for a job.
Lodge Cast Iron is the country’s oldest and largest manufacturer of cast iron cookware. We offer competitive pay and benefits, profit sharing, and a free on-site medical clinic. You can learn more about working at Lodge here, and you can view a behind the scenes video of the Lodge foundry here.
Lodge Wins Best of the Best Award
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